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Huckleberry’s Zoe Nathan talks about her penchant for messy pies; Lisa Donovan of Husk Nashville details the charm of Southern chess pie and Aarti Sequeira of Aarti Party suggests making samosa hand pies.

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Messy Pies Taste Better 5 MIN, 15 SEC

Zoe Nathan is the baker, owner and all around mastermind of Huckleberry Cafe and Bakery in Santa Monica. She shares her admiration for “messy pies” and talks about the many ways she uses pastry cream.

A recipe for her Quince and Goat Cheese Galette from the new Huckleberry cookbook is on the Good Food Blog.

Chess Pie: The Miracle of Dairy, Sugar and Eggs 6 MIN, 30 SEC

Lisa Donovan is the head pastry chef at Husk in Nashville. We noticed her making buttermilk chess pies on Season 2 of Mind of a Chef. She says that chess pie is great on its own, but also a perfect canvas for flavors.

A recipe for Lisa’s Buttermilk Chess Pie is on the Good Food Blog.

Brent Ridge and Josh Kilmer-Purcell, aka The Beekman Boys, suggest adding fresh sweet corn to a custard pie. Depending on how much sugar you add, you can serve it as a sidedish or as dessert.

Go Savory and Small with Samosa Hand Pies 7 MIN, 4 SEC

Aarti Sequeira’s new book is Aarti Paarti. In it, she shares her recipe for Baked Samosas with Chicken, Chipotle and Coriander. She uses ajwain seeds in her recipe which you can purchase online at The Spice House.

Samosas are Aarti’s take on savory hand pies.

Aarti Paarti

Aarti Sequeira

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